An old mug shot of suspected war criminal Derin Michael Roy. I could find no photograph for war crime victim Barry Roger Cooper.
By Grand Rapids Anonymous
There's a war going on out there.
A different war in Grand Rapids, as two more dead bodies (unidentified) found on a street and in a park today. Getting to be normal around here.
Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 10:26:00 A.M. EDT
Updated on Sunday, April 23, 2017, at 8:02 P.M.
It used to be Benton Harbor was the main transshipment point for the distribution of cocaine for all of Michigan. I wonder if that has shifted to Grand Rapids now?
Grand Rapids Anonymous
Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 7:21:00 P.M. EDT
To Anonymous 1: A shifting, or more accurately, a sharing of illegal activity by blacks in Grand Rapids, is very true. Every city that participates in allowing blacks to live in their city limits eventually finds itself drowning in drug crime, filth, and violence. It creeps in slowly at first, but then one day you look around and your town is dead.
Last night, four blocks away from a murder I highlighted a few weeks ago (on Lincoln and Bridge-unsolved, but probably Mexican thugs), a car driving on Pine Street poured 20 bullets into a residence.
WOOD TV sent a reporter to the scene, who talked with some poor older white folks, who unfortunately still live in that jungle.
One man said that when he bought his house 20 years ago, he “could sit on the porch and hear crickets. Now, I wouldn't walk from here to there without carrying a gun. Last week I heard 5 bullets.”
But you don't hear those reports on the news. The owner of the house that was shot at, did not go on camera, but innocently wondered why anyone would target her house. I'd bet a week’s pay on my suspicions.
Meanwhile, one of the dead bodies found on Front Street was declared a murder. Another body, found in a city park, has yet to be autopsied for cause of death.
Ultra-liberal mayor Rosalynn Bliss, who continues the previous mayor’s destructive “pro-diversity” agenda, came out today with a comment on yesterday’s study, concerning “blacks being stopped by police at a greater rate than whites.”
The study found “certain streets on the West Side of town (my side) have a ratio of 2.5 to 1 of blacks being stopped more than whites.”
I salute the police for that. But Bliss said predictably, “I am disappointed in this study. We will use this information to improve ourselves and the way police stop our citizens.”
The humorous part of the report detailed certain areas where blacks were NOT stopped as much as whites: Lake Eastbrook Street and Sparks. Why? There aren't any blacks that live in that high income part of town... [chuckle].
But in MY section, yes, blacks get stopped—and I hope it continues at an even greater ratio. It’s necessary law enforcement in the New Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Two Murders in Grand Rapids, One ArrestUpdate: Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 11:37:00 P.M. EDT
BLACK THUG ARRESTED for murder of 54-year-old white man in Grand Rapids.
I posted earlier in the week about two people that were found dead in one day. Police arrested a black thug in one of them, the shooting death of middle aged white man, Barry Cooper. It took place in one of the many hellish parts of town. Finally, after many unsolved criminal deaths, police have notched a successful arrest.
This white man, just as much as Mr. [Jamie] Urton, did not deserve to be shot and murdered by a black. Just as Mr. Urton, Barry Cooper wound up in the wrong place at the wrong time. [I.e., around blacks.] At least an arrest has been made fairly quickly.
[N.S.: The story GRA sent in has since been revised into these two, and possibly other stories: here and here.]
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Grand Rapids police say they’ve made an arrest in the murder of a Grand Rapids man whose body was found on the city’s southwest side.
Officers Friday identified the victim as 54-year-old Barry Roger Cooper. Police found him in the 600 block of Letellier Street SW Wednesday afternoon. He was not breathing and had blood on his face, according to officers.
GRPD: Man found dead on SW side was shot
Police investigating death of man in Grand Rapids
The Kent County Medical Examiner later determined Cooper died from a gunshot wound.
It’s unclear if Cooper knew his alleged [sic] killer.
[Since Cooper was murdered, the issue is whether he knew his real, not his “alleged” killer.]
Derin Michael Roy was arrested Thursday on one charge of felony homicide in connection to the shooting death of Cooper, according to Kent County jail records. He is scheduled to be arraigned on Saturday.
GRA: More of the same black-on-white violence that is exploding in Grand Rapids and around the country.